A Passion for Music: Fenwick Scholar Matthew Pinder ’20
With an opportunity to spend the academic year composing, this year's Fenwick Scholar gives the timeless narrative of the Passion a fresh take
If you had told him when he was a first-year student that he would be spending his senior year at Holy Cross composing music, Matthew Pinder....
Video: Holy Cross Students Share Promising Outcomes After Graduation
In a survey of graduates of the class of 2019, data shows Holy Cross students achieving success in a variety of fields
According to recent graduates, outcomes look good for those who left The Hill last year, with students across majors finding success in securing job....
Chaplains’ Office Offers ‘Closing the Distance’ Video Series
As the international coronavirus pandemic changes our way of life, the College chaplains turn to technology to maintain connection
As many across the country seek to find creative ways to stay connected in a time of social distancing, the College chaplains at Holy Cross are....
Video: A Very Holy Cross Christmas
Students, faculty and staff take time to reflect on the spirit of the Christmas season
Mount St. James is dressed up for the holidays and there’s a feeling of Christmas in the air. We asked students, faculty and staff to think....
Photo Gallery, Video: Class of 2023 Welcomed to Holy Cross Community
830 students from 36 states and seven countries arrive on campus
It was a beautiful, sunny morning as the newly minted Class of 2023 received a hearty welcome to their home for the next four years. Hailing from 36....
Photos, Video: Over 200 Holy Cross Students Gain Real-World Experience Through Wide-Ranging Summer Internships
Whether advancing brain cancer research in the lab or opening up a shelter for the homeless, Holy Cross students are preparing for their futures
To the perennial question “How did you spend your summer vacation?” the answer for over 200 Holy Cross students was learning more about future....
Videos: Holy Cross Students Tap Intellectual Curiosity Through Wide-Ranging Summer Research Projects
Over 100 projects range from splicing proteins in a chemistry lab to developing the perfect strategy to win the game of Risk
This summer, more than 100 College of the Holy Cross students took a deep dive into cutting-edge research through the College’s Weiss Summer....
Video: Class of 2019 Looks to the Future
Holy Cross graduating seniors reflect on their time at the College and what comes next
Ask any member of the Class of 2019 about their future and they’ll tell you the same thing: they feel prepared for whatever may come after....
Video: Academic Conference Celebrates Students’ Wide-Reaching Research, Creativity
Over four days, 415 students of all class years showcased their work in a variety of disciplines through poster presentations, lectures and performances
“How many black women therapists do you think there are in the state of Massachusetts?” Olivia Fenty ’21, a psychology major with a....
Video: Holy Cross Students Find Success After Graduation
Data and anecdotes from recent alumni showcase the breadth of opportunities available to graduates
What doors does a degree from Holy Cross open? If you’re a recent grad, you just might be changing the world by teaching music to refugee....
Video: Christmastime is Here at Holy Cross
Students, faculty and staff embrace the spirit of the season by sharing the best gifts they've ever received
‘Tis the season for celebration! Every year at Christmastime, the College of the Holy Cross campus transforms into a winter wonderland with....
Holy Cross Religious Studies Professor Is Sought-After Expert on New Religious Movements
VICE | A&E | The Washington Post | Newsweek | The New York Times | CNN
With the American popular culture fascination for “cults” increasing throughout the past few decades, Holy Cross associate professor of....
Holy Cross Graduates Named to 2018 ‘Latino 30 Under 30’ List
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Two Holy Cross alumnae, Kelly Garcia ’15 and Yarlennys Villaman ’14, are among those named to El Mundo Boston’s “Latino 30....
Can the Catholic Church Be Saved? Holy Cross Professor Opines on NBC News
NBC News THINK
Mathew Schmalz, associate professor of religious studies at the College of the Holy Cross, was called upon by NBC News to share his opinion on the....
History Professor Specializing in Kremlin Media Strategy Is Sought-After Expert on U.S.-Russian Affairs
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With the world keeping tabs on U.S.-Russia relations in anticipation of the second bilateral meeting between President Donald Trump and Russian....
Class of 2018: Reflections from Mount St. James
The graduating class sits down to talk about their transformations over four years at Holy Cross
If there’s one word to describe the Class of 2018 at College of the Holy Cross, it’s ready — ready to take the world by storm after....
Photos: Holy Cross Cuts Ribbon for New Hart Center at the Luth Athletic Complex
New $95 million complex features indoor turf practice facility, new basketball facilities, expanded sports medicine and strength and conditioning space
Hundreds of current and former student-athletes, alumni, community members, friends and family gathered at College of the Holy Cross on Saturday to....
Real-World Experience: $3 Million Gift from the J.D. Power III ’53 Family Helps Students Take Their Education Beyond the Classroom
New J.D. Power Center for Liberal Arts in the World offers students a range of opportunities to build skills and gain a competitive advantage
In 1965, McCulloch Motors engineered industrial-grade chainsaws — the choice of professional loggers — that were purported to last 200-plus hours....
Board of Trustees Reaffirms Holy Cross Will Continue to Be Known as Crusaders
The College of the Holy Cross will continue to be known as the Crusaders, the Board of Trustees decided Saturday following months of discussion and....
Photos, Video: Time Capsule Discovered in Hart Center From Building’s 1975 Completion
The "Hart-shaped box" celebrates Holy Cross athletics more than 40 years ago, as College looks ahead to the future of the program today
On a seemingly normal day atop Mount St. James, HCM’s own art director and designer, Stephen Albano, made a historic discovery. While searching....